Principe Pio Hotel

Cuesta de San Vicente 14, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Plaza de Oriente, Cerralbo Museum, Almudena Cathedral, and Madsegs Tours.
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    A travel blog entry by morgansharp on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... in Plaza Mayor sells the best bocadillos de calamari- fried calamari on French bread with lemon and mayo. For dessert I strolled up the tiny alley "Pasad de Gines" to find the historic chocolate and churros restaurant "chocolateria San Gines". Yum. To walk it off, I kept going down calle mayor to the major cathedral and palace. Palacio real is grand & surrounded by lovely gardens- my favorite is jardines de sabatini because it has intricately patterned mazes cut from the ...

    En el centro!

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... their work, and headed to the Museo Reina Sofia, which is a huge Modern Art museum quite close to the Prado. The museum is free between 7pm - 9pm every day, which acts as a catalyst for many to time their visit accordingly. We were slightly surprised to be greeted by a lengthy queue to get in, but it was fast-moving, and soon we were inside enjoying the beautiful interior of this former hospital, with a rather lovely garden in the central courtyard. We spent an hour ...


    A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 14, 2013

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    ... is a collection of contemporary art. It had some impressive Salvador Dali and other surrealists as there was a special surrealist exhibition on.

    We also did a bit of other walking around the city but not too much as we were still recovering from the 24 hour bug.

    Madrid was fun but we didn't see as much as we would have liked due to losing a day. Now it's onto the high speed train to ...

    San Miguel, Palacio Real & Flamenco.

    A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 15, 2013

    ... and royal. The royal family had a passion for clocks, having beautiful unique clocks in every room, even a table that it was just a clock. The Royal Palace in Madrid is without a doubt the most majestic palace we have seen so far, including Versailles. After a royal afternoon, we got ready for our Spanish night at Corral de la Moreria, we ate some good food, with Cava and Sangria. A beet gazpacho, extremely delish! After a nice meal, the Flamenco Tablao ...

    Miscellenea from Espana

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on May 19, 2013

    ... they must have decided you couldn’t possibly be English, and French was probably their next guess, and replying French just confirmed it.” I am not sure what I was more annoyed at – that they guessed I wasn’t Spanish, or that they thought I was French.

    And it isn’t just my speech. When in Eugenio’s home town of San Martin de La Vega, which is about an hour away from Madrid, we went to a local fiesta in celebration of Saint Mark’s day. It ...